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Jan 16
2022

Is Christianity Against Diversity?

, Media, New Year Essentials 2022, Romans, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

New Year Essentials 2022

We are continuing a set of annual sermons we refer to as our new year essentials. These sermons address subjects to which we must repeatedly return for the glory of God and the transformation of lives. These are different sermons, taking different angles, on issues we need to come back to again-and-again. Today, we consider the question, “Is Christianity against diversity?” Is Christianity, as is increasingly claimed, merely a white, western, patriarchal religion, used to oppress?

Audio | Notes | Romans 15:7-13
Jan 9
2022

How Do You See the Bible?

, Media, New Year Essentials 2022, Romans, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

New Year Essentials 2022
We are beginning a set of annual sermons we refer to as our new year essentials. These sermons address subjects and important themes that we must repeatedly return to for the glory of God and the transformation of our inner and outer lives. These are not, of course, the same sermons. Rather, they are different sermons, taking different angles, on issues we need to come back to again-and-again. We begin our series by considering the significance of the Bible.

Audio | Notes | Romans 15:4; 2 Timothy 3:16-17
Jan 2
2022

A Message for God’s Messengers

Media, Other Sermons | by Tim Shao

Other Sermons
The Old Testament lays the foundations of God’s story of redemption. As God’s New Testament people today, the Old Testament is our family history. Today, we will look at the prophet Jeremiah, who was one of God’s messengers in the Old Testament. We will study how God called Jeremiah, and consider how we have more in common with him than we might think.

Audio | Notes | Jeremiah 1:1-10
Dec 26
2021

Patiently Doing Good to One Another

Media, One Another'ing, Sermons | by Pastor Justin Keogh

One Another'ing

We continue our One Another’ing sermon series, which looks at the countercultural character of Jesus’ church, through the 50+ “one another” commandments. We are empowered by the gospel to love one another, to serve, to encourage, to forgive, to disciple, to pray, to show hospitality to one another, and much more. Today, we’ll look at Paul’s urgent instructions for us to patiently do good to one another, in all of our relationships – especially in the church.

Audio | Notes | 1 Thessalonians 5:14-15
Dec 19
2021

A Prayer to the God of Unshakeable Peace

Media, Romans, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Romans

We continue our study of the most influential, life-changing, worldview-shaping letter ever written: Romans. It is a timeless, divinely-inspired masterpiece on the joy-filled-life-as-it-should-be freedom found in Jesus alone. For eleven chapters, Paul unfolds the heights and depths of Jesus’ gospel. In chapters 12-13, he then applies God’s gospel-forged mercies to our many relationships. Finally, in closing, 14:1-15:13, he surprisingly turns to address the importance of hope-filled harmony among Jesus’ people amidst our many differences.

Audio | Notes | Romans 15:33
Dec 12
2021

A Prayer to the God of Joy-Filled Hope

Media, Romans, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Romans

We continue our study of the most influential, life-changing, worldview-shaping letter ever written: Romans. It is a timeless, divinely-inspired masterpiece on the joy-filled-life-as-it-should-be freedom found in Jesus alone. For eleven chapters, Paul unfolds the heights and depths of Jesus’ gospel. In chapters 12-13, he then applies God’s gospel-forged mercies to our many relationships. Finally, in closing, 14:1-15:13, he surprisingly turns to address the importance of hope-filled harmony among Jesus’ people amidst our many differences.

Audio | Notes | Romans 15:7-13
Dec 5
2021

A Prayer to the God of Steadfast Encouragement

, Media, Romans, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Romans

We continue our study of the most influential, life-changing, worldview-shaping letter ever written: Romans. It is a timeless, divinely-inspired masterpiece on the joy-filled-life-as-it-should-be freedom found in Jesus alone. For eleven chapters, Paul unfolds the heights and depths of the gospel of Jesus. Then, in chapters 12-13, he applies God’s gospel-forged mercies to our many relationships. Then, in closing, 14:1 – 15:13, he surprisingly turns to address the importance of “harmony” among Jesus’ people amidst our many differences.

Audio | Notes | Romans 15:5-6
Nov 28
2021

Be Kind To One Another

Media, One Another'ing, Sermons | by Pastor Justin Keogh

One Another'ing

We continue our One Another’ing sermon series, which looks at the countercultural character of Jesus’ church, through the 50+ “one another” commandments. We are empowered by the gospel to love one another, to serve, to encourage, to forgive, to disciple, to pray, to show hospitality to one another, and much more. Today, we’ll look at Paul’s instruction to put off our old selves, and to put on Christ, which leads to kindness, tenderheartedness, and forgiveness.

Audio | Notes | Ephesians 4:31-32
Nov 21
2021

Welcome One Another As Jesus Has Welcomed You

Media, Romans, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Romans

We continue our study of the most influential, life-changing, worldview-shaping letter ever written: Romans. It is a timeless, divinely-inspired masterpiece on the joy-filled-life-as-it-should-be freedom found in Jesus alone. For eleven chapters, Paul unfolds the heights and depths of the gospel of Jesus. Then, in chapters 12-16, he applies God’s gospel-forged mercies to our many relationships. In 14:1-15:13, surprisingly, he turns to address issues of the conscience and Christian freedom. What do we do when we disagree with one another?

Audio | Notes | Romans 14:1-15:13
Nov 14
2021

Conflict and Our Conscience

Media, Romans, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Romans

We continue our study of the most influential, life-changing, worldview-shaping letter ever written: Romans. It is a timeless, divinely-inspired masterpiece on the joy-filled-life-as-it-should-be freedom found in Jesus alone. For eleven chapters, Paul unfolds the heights and depths of the gospel of Jesus. Then, in chapters 12-16, he applies God’s gospel-forged mercies to our many relationships. Lastly, in 14:1-15:13, he turns to his last major section of exhortation. How will he close? What will he say in his last teaching passage? His answer may surprise you.

Audio | Notes | Romans 14:1-13